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Trump Cancels Trip To Switzerland Citing Border Security Battle

President Donald Trump announced Thursday that he will be canceling his scheduled appearance at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, citing the importance of national security amid the partisan battle on border security. “Because of the Democrats intransigence on Border Security and the great importance of Safety for our Nation, I am respectfully cancelling my very important trip to ...

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Oldest Person In The United States Dies

A 114-year-old Ohio woman who is believed to have been the oldest person living in the United States died Tuesday, a family member said. Lessie Brown died in her home in Cleveland Heights, her grandson said, where she had been living with her daughter. While many in Brown’s family attributed her longevity to her habit of eating a sweet potato ...

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Bret Baier Won’t Be Leaving Fox News Anytime Soon After This Deal

FOX News Channel (FNC) announced Tuesday that host Breit Baier has signed another multi-year contract. Baier will continue as the anchor and executive editor of Special Report and chief political anchor of the network, President & Executive Editor, FOX News and FOX Business Network (FBN) Jay Wallace said in a statement. The tenured FNC host’s contract lasts beyond 2020, a source close to the ...

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Gun Use Surges In Surprising Region

Gun ownership is on the rise across Europe, according to a Wall Street Journal report, which attributes the upturn in part to the increase in terrorist activity in the region as well as a general insecurity against rising crime. The Monday report also cited the Small Arms Survey, which noted the number of Europe’s unregistered weapons outnumbered legal ones by 44.5 million to 34.2 ...

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China Still Arresting Canadians For Their Standing With The US

Canadian lawmakers revealed Monday that of the 13 Canadians detained in China since December, many have not been told what charges they face. Canada is demanding China release two of its citizens, former diplomat Michael Kovrig and entrepreneur Michael Spavor. The two were detained in the communist country after Canada arrested Huawei Technologies CFO Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver in early ...

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Saudi Men Can No Longer Divorce Their Wives Without Telling Them As The Kingdom Turns To Tech For The Answer

A new regulation aimed at ending the practice of secret divorces in Saudi Arabia requires that women be notified by text message when their husbands divorce them, a move some are calling “a step in the right direction” as Saudi men previously did not have to inform their wives of such a decision. “Saudi courts have started to send such ...

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Investigation Into Drive-By Shooting Of 7-Year-Old Jazmine Barnes Has ‘Taken A New Direction’

Police have reportedly arrested two men in the murder of 7-year-old Jazmine Barnes, who was killed in a drive-by shooting in Houston, Texas, on Dec. 30. The case garnered national attention as it was originally believed to be a racially motivated hate crime after witnesses identified the suspect as a white male driving a red pick-up truck. Police now believe ...

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The UK Has Deployed The Royal Navy To Stop Migrant Invasion

Britain’s Home Secretary Sajid Javid called on the Royal Navy Thursday to help control the hundreds of migrants crossing the English Channel as he faces increasing political pressure to deal with the migrant situation. Javid, along with other British officials, asked the Ministry of Defence for assistance after migrants were increasingly reported to be crossing the channel from France to England on small boats ...

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North Korea’s Acting Ambassador To Italy Has Disappeared From Compound In Rome

A North Korean diplomat serving in Italy has apparently defected from his post in Rome, according to South Korea’s spy agency, and is hiding out in an undisclosed location with his wife. Jo Song Gil, who had been serving as a diplomat in Italy since 2015, disappeared from the diplomatic compound in November, just weeks before his term was set ...

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Marine Identified In Fatal Shooting In DC Barracks

The Marines Corps has identified Lance Cpl. Riley S. Kuznia, 20, as the Marine who was fatally shot inside the Marine Barracks Washington, D.C. on Jan. 1. “We are truly saddened by this terrible loss. Riley was a highly driven and goal-oriented Marine whose positive attitude set the example here at the Barracks,” Col. Don Tomich, the commanding officer of Marine ...

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After Mattis Quit Over Fighting Trump, New Acting Defense Secretary Vows To Advance President’s Agenda

Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan replaced James Mattis in the Pentagon role late Monday and vowed to work with President Donald Trump to advance his agenda, a task Mattis professed in his resignation letter to no longer being able to do. Trump announced the leadership change Dec. 23, just three days after Mattis submitted his letter of resignation and ...

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U.S. Marine dies after accidental shooting at the Marine Barracks

A U.S. Marine died on Jan. 1 after being shot while on duty inside the Marine Barracks in Washington, D.C., the Marine Corps announced Tuesday in a press release. Authorities from the Metropolitan Police Department responded to the incident, which is currently under investigation. The Marine’s name is being withheld until the next of kin is notified, the statement reads. ...

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Mattis: Keep The Faith In Our Country

Defense Secretary James Mattis delivered a final message to the military Monday before he transfers authority to his deputy Patrick Shanahan. In his farewell address, Mattis told his fellow Department of Defense employees to “keep the faith in our country and hold fast, alongside our allies, aligned against our foes.” Mattis announced his resignation Dec. 20 after clashing with President ...

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Photos From Trump And Melania’s First Trip To A War Zone

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump arrived back in the United States Thursday after an unannounced overseas visit to American military troops stationed in Iraq. The president and first lady left for their first trip to a war zone late Christmas evening to “thank [the military] for their service, their success, and their sacrifice,” White House press secretary ...

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JFK’s Reassuring Message To A Little Girl About Santa’s Safety During The Cold War

Former president John F. Kennedy once reassured a young girl that Santa Claus was going to be just fine after she overheard her parents talking about Russia testing nuclear bombs at the North Pole. Eight-year-old Michelle Rochon penned a letter to Kennedy in 1961 during the height of the Cold War pleading with him to stop the Russians from bombing ...

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